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KHABAROVSK, August 29 (Itar-Tass) —— Hundreds of wagons lined unloaded at the railway stations in the Primorsky Territory. The consignees do not take any measures for unloading.
“The wagons lined unloaded with building materials for the construction of the APEC summit sites for more than ten days at the railway stations Pervaya Rechka, Gaidamak, Vladivostok and Mys Churkin. The building supplies are assigned for the Pacific bridge-building company, the MOST Company, the second Vladivostok thermal power station and the Vladportbunker Company,” the deputy director of the Far Eastern Railway Vitaly Zelenko said.
The emergency situation has brought about. The Russian Railways Company sustains some losses from stricken wagons. Therefore, the directorate of the Far Eastern Railway has to address to the Primorsky territorial transport prosecutor’s office “in order to take proper measures under the current legislation,” the corporative relations service of the Far Eastern Railway told Itar-Tass on Monday.